INTERVIEW: Syrah set to return with graphite output of 15,000tpm, CEO says

By Jon Stibbs
Published: Friday, 26 February 2021

Graphite company Syrah Resources plans to ramp up its flake output to 15,000 tonnes per month when it re-emerges in the next two or three months with a more flexible approach to production, chief executive officer Shaun Verner told Fastmarkets on Thursday February 25.

Australia-based Syrah Resources is restaffing in order to resume production at its Balama mine in Mozambique within the next two to three months.

"Once we have restarted, we are targeting a ramp-up to production of around 15,000 tonnes per month, subject to market conditions," Verner said. "We see a positive...

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